9-1-1 Employees Protest to Bring Attention to PSAP Staffing Employees of the Illinois Quad Cities Communications Center, also known as QComm911, staged a protest outside of the Milan Municipal Building last Thursday. Along with their supporters and members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), their purpose was to bring attention […]
Governor Greg Abbott signs HB1090 into law On Monday June 10, 2019, Governor Greg Abbott of Texas signed House Bill 1090 into law. The bill, introduced by Texas House of Representative Cecil Bell, amends Texas’ Government Code by including “an emergency response operator or emergency services dispatcher who provides communication support services for an agency […]
Verizon 911 outage in Snohomish County, Washington restored.
Just before 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 1, the Pulaski County 9-1-1 Center issued an alert that 9-1-1 emergency lines are down. 9-1-1 Director Aaron Ross indicated that Spectrum and cellular users couldn’t reach the center by dialing 9-1-1. However, the administrative line is working. Citizens in need of assistance are urged to call the […]
Portland recognizes its emergency dispatchers
Macomb County North Carolina rejects propose to increase 9-1-1 fees.
Cumberland County moving forward with new facility without City of Fayetteville
Texas legislation seeks to classify telecommunicators as first responders.